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I have taken college level math classes up to and including Calculus II while pursuing my Biology major. I have earned an A or A- in all of my math classes. I love teaching math! I graduated with a B.A. in History and a B.S. in Biology with Research Certification at Gonzaga University in May 2015. I have tutored science, history, math and writing for over 10 years. I love learning and approaching questions using several different techniques. I don't believe that there is only one way to learn, or one way to teach. I have found that many students feel that they are the only ones struggling. My [more]

Hello there! My name is Dante! I have a Bachelor of Science in Physics and a Minor in Mathematics from UCLA and a Master of Science in Physics from Brown University. I was a TA in college and fell in love with teaching. As a TA, I was responsible for conducting my own classroom sessions as well as aiding students in the lab portion of the class. I also have experience working in a research lab and so I can help with understanding both theoretical and experimental problems. The best instruct... [more]

I love mathematics and showing how useful and beautiful it can be. I have tutored for over 10 years and have taught both high school and college mathematics during the past 5 years. For classes, I would be happy to help you get caught up on any material missed or not fully understood, or even help you get ahead. I will help you on your homework by checking your work or helping to fill content knowledge gaps and working with you on similar problems, but I will never do your homework for yo... [more]

I have been teaching math and statistics at the two-year college level for over ten years. My most frequently-taught subjects are Algebra (1 & 2) and Statistics, but have experience also in Precalculus, Calculus, and Pre-Algebra. I have experience working with students in person and remotely, and have degrees in Statistics and Math Education. It's my belief that no student is "bad at math", they just may have had a bad experience with it. I want to try to make the subject as real and as fun a... [more]

After taking calculus at both high school and college level, I continued to tutor calculus all the way through college. I have also taken the follow-on courses of differential equations, real analysis, and complex analysis, which often provide useful background to be able to explain calculus concepts. Some calculus courses include some of these advanced topics. I am experienced at explaining every aspect of calculus to students who are struggling. As a math major, I provided tutoring to classmates in the full range of math subjects. Following graduation I put my math and physics to practic [more]

I can teach you derivatives and integrals. Calculus of one or several variables. Hello, my name is Tomas G., and I am a mathematician. I have a BS, a Master's, and a Ph.D. degree in mathematics from the Central University of Venezuela and I have over ten years of experience tutoring mathematics. I was an assistant professor at the Central University of Venezuela from 2004 to 2016, when then I decided to move to America. Currently, I am Lecturer at Gonzaga University. In Venezuela, I was awarded the Good Record Prize in 2000 and 2001, the High Record Diploma in my undergr... [more]

Throughout my bachelor's degree program in mechanical engineering, I tutored algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and physics. During this time, I found that understanding concepts was more important than memorizing equations. I spent a lot of extra time on my own home work so that I could understand these concepts, and while tutoring I was able to help other students come to this same understanding. It can be difficult at times, but I am patient and willing to put in the time to help anyone lear... [more]

Understanding mathematical concepts promotes creativity in solving mathematical problems. Anyone who understands math can correctly work the problems at the level of their understanding; however, it is possible to do math, even advanced math and especially with a calculator, and yet not understand any of it. Understanding offers alternatives to problem solving, and insight into the problem itself, especially when applied to physics. Confidence also is concomitant with understanding. Whe... [more]

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